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Colloidal Silver

Colloidal Silver Description Colloidal Silver may also be called Colloidal Silver Protein or Silver Protein. Colloidal Silver is made up of small particles of matter that is very small to pass through the digestive membranes and skip the body’s natural digestive process making it more easily absorbed by the body. Colloidal Silver is used to […]

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Cystine

Cystine Description Cystine is a sulfur-containing amino acid which is made up of two amino acid molecules of cysteine. It is found in large amounts in animal skeletal tissue, connective tissue, and in the digestive enzymes, and is obtained in the diet through high-quality protein sources. Modern Uses Cystine is needed for the utilization of […]

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Glycerin

Glycerin Description Glycerin in room temperature appears as a colorless and sweet-tasting thick liquid. This substance is mostly used in personal care products and other similar industries. In the form of nitroglycerine, it is used to make dynamite. The property of glycerin as a humectant, the ability to absorb water, makes it an indispensable ingredient […]

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Deionized Water

Deionized Water Description Deionized water is simply water with the ions removed. The ions are removed through passing the water through several stages of electrically charged resins; these resins attract the salts and the ions contained in the water resulting in highly filtrated water. Deionized water has no sodium, iron, Copper, Calcium, chloride and bromide […]

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Probiotics

Probiotics Description According to the World Health Organization (WHO), probiotics are “Live microorganisms which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host.” There are many types of bacteria used as probiotics, with the Lactobacillus and Bifido strains amongst the most widely used. These beneficial bacteria help to increase the ‘good’ bacteria […]

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Fragrance

Fragrance Description Fragrance may also be called odorant, aroma or flavor, and it is classified as a compound that is added to improve the smell or odor in food, medications, personal care products and many other products that you use every day. Fragrance needs to be volatile to be detected by the olfactory system and […]

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Propylene Glycol

Propylene Glycol Description Propylene glycol may also be called propane – 1, 2 – diol or 1, 2 – propanediol. It is described as a colorless, odorless, viscous liquid which has a somewhat sweet taste. It is miscible with acetone, chloroform and water. Propylene glycol is flammable by nature and it is usually used a […]

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Isopropyl Palmitate

Isopropyl Palmitate Description Isopropyl Palmitate is derived from processing palmitic acid from coconut oil. This chemical is an additive to many skin and hair care products that used to improve the moisture content in hair and skin. Isopropyl Palmitate is all natural and is used in many other industries aside from personal care and hair […]

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Hydrolyzed Yeast Protein

Hydrolyzed Yeast Protein Description Hydrolyzed yeast protein may also be called yeast extracts. This is a common name for many processed yeast products that are used for as flavorings and as food additives to improve the overall taste and flavor in certain food recipes and dishes. In personal care products, hydrolyzed yeast proteins are used […]

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Propylparaben

Propylparaben Description Propylparaben may also be called propyl paraben; it is the propyl ester of p- hydroxybenzoic acid. This is naturally derived from plants, as well as a few different types of insects; it is also manufactured synthetically for many industries such as the personal skin care and cosmetic industries. This chemical is a preservative […]

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